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Housing

Students in the MA program may choose to live in the campus dormitories. Our MA students are housed in the Talia Dormitories in apartments of single rooms, each with its own bathroom and a shared kitchen a living space.

Each bedroom is furnished with a bed, desk, closet, shelves, sheets, blanket and pillow. The kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator and two stove-top burners. While dishes, utensils, and other appliances are not provided, most Israeli roommates are happy to share their kitchen supplies with their roommates. 

The dormitory complex includes a TV and clubroom (moadon), laundry facilities and a grocery store. All public spaces at the dormitories have WIFI Internet connections. Parties, workshops and lectures are occasionally held in the dormitory moadon. 

Students who prefer to find their own housing off-campus are welcome to do so. However, all International School MA students are strongly encouraged to live in the dorms on campus. About 1,000 students of all social, economic, religious and ethnic backgrounds live in the dorms at the University of Haifa.

Click here for a virtual tour of a standard Talia Dorm.